Lattitude: 10.2268604, Longitude: 76.1961565

Sree Kurumba Bhagavathy Temple, Kodungalloor

Located about 40 kms from Thrissur, at the centre of Kodungalloor town is the Sree Kurumba Bhagavathy temple, one of the oldest temples in Kerala. The temple has a majestic six-feet-high wooden image of Goddess Kali, the presiding deity. The goddess worshipped here is known as ‘Sree Kurumba’ which means ‘The Mother of Kodungalloor’.

The temple is known for its Bharani festival, one of the major festivals in Kerala. The festival usually falls between the months of March and April. And on this day devotees can witness the congregation of oracles (velichappad) dancing in a trance that offers their prayers to the deity. Another major festival here is the ‘Thalapoli festival’ held for four days during the months of December - January.

Getting there:
The nearest railway station is Irinjalakuda, about 20 kms from Thrissur.
The nearest airport is Cochin International airport, about 30 kms away.

Devi Temples

Sree Kurumba Bhagavathy Temple, Kodungalloor

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